Laurie's Low-Carb Meatloaf
photo by anniesnomsblog
- Ready In:
- 1hr 10mins
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Mix meat and other ingredients.
- Shape into a firm oval loaf in shallow baking pan.
- Bake for 1 hour.
- Makes 6 servings.
- Laurie's Note: Total 11 carbs.
- This was really good- very moist.
- When I removed it from the oven the baking pan was full of fat.
- I didn't pour it off; just let the meatloaf sit and soak it back up.
- Lana's Note: We like our meatloaf a little drier, so I drained off the fat.
- I have tried this recipe both ways& both are very good.
Questions & Replies
Loved, loved, loved this recipe. It was delicious. Reading another review, I used Parmesan chips in lieu of the pork rinds. I added onion powder (1/2) tsp. Instead of onions and I formed the mini meatloafs into little pucks with silicone baking cups in a muffin tin. That way clean up was a breeze and I could drain the grease off the meat. I baked 12 of them at 350 degrees for 30 mins. There were no leftovers to put away as we gobbled them all down. Delicious! Thank you.
I reduced pasta sauce and red wine (Tempranillo, in this case) into an almost "tomato paste" consistency and used that instead of the tomato sauce - mixed in the meatloaf, slathered on top for the final 25 minutes + 3 min broil, and then as a condiment at the table. This recipe is amazing, our new favorite, and I'm sure kicked up a notch with my little tweak. Fabulous.
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